Bonded Quotes

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J.R. Ward
“He knew he was being overbearing as hell, but he couldn't help it. He was a bonded male. With his pregnant female. There were few things on the planet more aggressive or dangerous. And those bastards were called hurricanes and tornadoes.”
J.R. Ward, Lover Awakened

Sarah J. Maas
“So what if you burned a few books? Those librarians deserve it. When we're older, maybe we'll burn it to the ground together."
She knew he meant it. He'd burn the library, the city, or the whole world to ashes if she asked him. It was their bond, marked by blood and scent and something else she couldn't place. A tether as strong as the one that bound her to her parents, stronger in some ways.”
Sarah J. Maas, Heir of Fire

Quinn Loftis
“If you have ever felt the world melt away when the woman you know is destined to be yours walks into the room; if you have felt your soul reach out to hers, finally making you feel whole; if you tremble when you touch her from sheer awe at being the one who has that right; if the darkness swallows you and you begin to suffocate at the thought of losing her, then you will have a small taste of what it is like to be bonded.”
Quinn Loftis, Beyond the Veil

J.  Bree
“I’ll be fine.”

Gryphon pulls back to stare down at me and scoffs a little. “You won't be fine. I'm not fine. North isn't fine, and in a shocking turn of events, Nox is not fine, though I think he enjoys finding ways to horrify and enrage my father more than the last time that he had to be around him”
J. Bree, Tragic Bonds

Kayla Krantz
“That was the thought in his head as he went to rouse her from sleep. Not only was she connected to him, she was connected to Cody and Reese too. The intricacies of the web that was Chance’s life enfolded her, and she would always, always be trapped.”
Kayla Krantz, Rise at Twilight

“Sometimes it's good to be *a* difficult beloved than to be *in a* difficult relationship. It's good *to love* difficultly than to be *in love* difficultly. It's good to be loved *by all*, than to restrict it to one. It's good to be *liberated* rather than getting *bonded* all over again.”
Aarti Bhardwaj